Students, Teachers and Parents at Sullivan Hieghts school in Surrey BC demand a forum and then a meeting with City Hall – to remove an already signed contract for cell towers ontop of this highschool. Feb 26 2003, The contract was cancelled with the cellular provider.
FraserView School Antennas Removed – Feb 1999
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s Fifth Estate Program, from the February 9, 1999 segment entitled “Cone of Silence.”
…The cellular company approached the school board and what they made an arrangement to do was to put transmitters and receivers on top of this 85-year-old school in exchange for annual rent.
MALAREK: How much money are we talking here?
BOWLING: Well, I’m not sure exactly – they keep that confidential – but I believe it’s around $9,000 or $10,000 a year.
MALAREK: Milt wanted to know if the darn things were safe or not, and to his surprise, he couldn’t get a straight answer from anyone.
BOWLING: My concern I guess is worst-case. If the best scientists in the world can’t agree that it’s safe, who is anybody else to say that it is?
MALAREK: So Milt mobilized the neighborhood and eventually got the school board on side. There would be no antenna on this school.
Maple Ridge BC – Cancer Cluster
10 Teachers at Canadian School surrounded by 3 Towers
9 teachers and 2 students that have been diagnosed with cancer while working or attending Riverside.. The most recent death due to cancer was last week; one of the teachers there developed brain cancer. She appeared to be fine in November (2007), but now the school and the teachers family is mourning the loss..
Cancer cluster hits school
B.C. Cancer Agency will study a cluster of cancer diagnoses — 10 teachers over several years — at Riverside elementary in the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school district.
BY THE VANCOUVER SUN JANUARY 8, 2008
MAPLE RIDGE – The B.C. Cancer Agency will study a cluster of cancer diagnoses — 10 teachers over several years — at Riverside elementary in the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows school district.
“We think that’s a fairly high number compared to the general population,” said district teachers’ union president Drusilla Wilson.
The school board’s occupational health and safety officer, Judy Dueck, said a “whole bunch of variables” need to be looked at to determine whether this is a cancer cluster or just a coincidence.
“We’re prepared to carry through because the anxiety levels are high,” Dueck said.
The study will be led by the B.C. Cancer Agency, and Dueck is starting to collect data for it, starting with a staff survey at Riverside.
The latest cancer victim from Riverside died on Jan. 2 of brain cancer. However, all her colleagues who have been diagnosed have recovered. The cancer types have ranged from breast cancer, throat and larynx cancer, to leukemia, according to Wilson.
Four Pupils from a school surrounded by
15 mobile phone masts have been struck down by Brain Cancer.
Sixteen Teachers had Cancer from 1988 – 2005
PSUSD Discusses Cell Phone Tower Cancer Risks
By Philippe Djegal, News Channel 3 Reporter
POSTED: 10:57 pm PST January 25, 2011
PALM SPRINGS, Calif. — Parents and teachers with the Palm Springs Unified School District were up in arms Tuesday over cell phone towers near their schools. http://www.kesq.com/news/26618090/detail.html
3 Kindergarten Children die of Cancer,
Bayville School, Chicago
European Teachers want ban on Cell Phone Towers